Vintage painting by Jean-Pierre Tanguy for Jacqueline de Champvallins, France

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Jean-Pierre Tanguy Colorful etching Number 18/28 The work signed by the artist's signature, has title and individual number (pencil) Sheet dimensions 66/50 Publisher Jacqueline de Champvallins Paris Unframed work Jean-Pierre Tanguy, painter, engraver and mosaicist, born in 1945 in Paris. He was not yet two years old when his parents, following their dreams of adventure, joined the circus. Tanguy's childhood is marked by an extraordinary lifestyle where freedom rhymes with friendship. His entire life was influenced by the years he spent in Verdine (Gypsy caravan). From an early age he was interested in visual arts. After studying at the Lycée Technique des Arts Appliqués, he entered the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, from which he graduated in 1972. He became an assistant to Jacques Lagrange and then to Jean-Marie Gravier, the next head of the ENSBA engraving studio. A few years later, Tanguy was appointed professor in charge of the engraving workshop at the Beaux-Arts in Paris. His works (pastels, watercolors, oils on canvas) were inspired by travels. He was always attracted by the work of painters such as Maurice Estève, Nicolas de Staël and Pierre Soulages. They influenced his work. In 1988, he has a large exhibition at Espace Pierre Cardin in Paris. Since then, Tanguy's works have been presented at numerous contemporary art markets and exhibitions in France and abroad. His works are in many important art collections around the world. Jacqueline de Champvallins was born in France in 1923. She came from an artistic background, her mother was an actress and she herself starred in several Sacha Guitry films. In 1971, she founded her life's work Les Editions Jacqueline de Champvallins and devoted all her energy to the publication and distribution of international artists, which greatly contributed to their recognition and success. She was the publisher of Johnny Friedlander, Gilou Brillant, Arthur-Luiz Pisa, Yannick Ballif, Shoichi Hasegawa and many others. In the late 20th century, Les Editions Jacqueline de Champvallins, was a leader among French print publishers. Work in original vintage condition. More photos on request. Worldwide shipping to your door. Please contact us with your location for a quote. More original vintage pieces >> www.garagegarage.pl Reference : 303283

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Features

Length
50 cm
Height
66 cm
Depth
1 cm
Condition
Good
Style
Modernist
Period
1970s
Origin
French
Colour
Red
Secondary colour
Black
Main material
Paper

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